State Bicycle Co. Introduces the 4130 All-Road w/Custom 1×11-Speed Groupset: Their Most Versatile Bike Ever

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

“Meet the most versatile bike State Bicycle Co has ever built. The 4130 All-Road blends all of State’s abilities to make one of the most capable and affordable bikes on the market for gravel, commuting, touring, and beyond.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

With options for speedy 700c or rugged 650b wheels, a capable 11-speed drivetrain and accessory mounts galore, the 4130 All-Road is built to become the bike you need it to be for whatever your riding demands.” – State Bicycle Co.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

The Frame

State built the All-Road frame from 4130 Chromoly steel which is sturdy and durable, but also very compliant on the dirt.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

One will be quick to notice the fork and rear end both feature a multitude of mounting points, giving the rider endless possibilities as to rack, fender, bottle-cage, and cargo-carrying options.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

The bike’s geometry is tailored to be comfortable for long days in the saddle on and off the road. The 4130 All-Road comes in 2 frame colors and 4 sizes.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

Finally, the frame uses thru-axles with 100/142 spacing, a feature practically unheard-of in the sub-$1000 category. This along with massive tire clearance (700×45 or 650×50) gives the bike compatibility with a myriad of wheelset options/sizes which brings us to our favorite feature…

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

Wheels and Tires

The 4130 All-Road comes standard with a rider’s choice of tubeless-compatible 700c wheels with 38mm tires OR 650b with 1.9” tires. State chose the Panaracer Gravel King (a gold-standard in gravel/all-road tires) for both size options.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

  • The 700c wheelset features the 38c Panaracer Gravel King, best suited for riders wanting to venture out away from road and cross over to off-road / gravel use. Or those who simply have to deal with less-than-perfect road conditions. This option is recommended for riders planning to ride on the road while also venturing into smooth gravel roads and light single-track.
  • The 650b wheelset offers a larger 1.9” Panaracer Gravel King SK tire is perfect for anyone looking for an option more suitable for lots of off-road use. This is a true “go-anywhere” tire.
State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review
650b Wheelset

BUT WHY PICK…when you can get both!? State Bicycle Co. has always had the motto Rider-First. To them, it means allowing each rider to select a bike that is perfect for their riding needs. When a rider orders their 4130 All-Road bike, they are able to choose 700c or 650b (at no cost difference) or get both for an extra $349.99. State makes it easy to go back and forth between each wheelset. Riders ordering BOTH get a 2nd set of fully-load wheels including wheels, rotors, cassettes, tires and tubes.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review
700c Wheelset

With BOTH wheels included, State is nearly offering 2-bikes-in-1. Commute to work with the 700c wheelset Monday-Friday, and rip the trails on your 650b wheels on the weekends!

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

State’s Gone Geared (again)

After building reliable and affordable urban bikes for more than a decade and having fun with off-road division projects along the way, State has some serious bike-design power. They flexed it on the 4130 All-Road, designing not only a new frameset, but also developing a custom 1×11 component group.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

The crank is State’s narrow-wide 1x All-Road Crank (previously seen on the new Undefeated Road), with 42t chainring matched to with an 11-42t cassette for 1:1 gearing capable of climbing the toughest grades.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

Details Matter

State has worked hard to make the 4130 All-Road perfect from the get-go. Designer Clay Maxey took inspiration from their home state of Arizona, off-road vehicles, and an unlikely source-sneakers. Clay is a self-proclaimed sneakerhead and the staggered-swoosh look on the Nike Sacai LDV is incorporated into a similar graphic styling on the 4130 All-Road.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

From the top (New All-Road Bars) to the bottom (Stealth Thru-Axle), State took their time to develop each aspect of the bike to get this bike exactly where it needed to be. Of course, it’s backed by State’s 5-year warranty.

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review


State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review
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4130 All-Road Specs and Highlights

  • 4130 Chromoly Steel Frame and Fork, 12×100/12×142 thru-axles
  • Pigeon Gray or Desert Tan Colorways
  • 4 sizes- XS-Lg to fit riders from 5’1” to 6’5”
  • Two Wheel Set Options:
    • Tubeless Capable 700c Wheel Set w/  38mm Panaracer Gravel King tires
    • Tubeless Capable 650b Wheel Set w/  1.9” Panaracer Gravel King SK tires
    • $349 BOTH option: Get both above wheels w/ addition tires, tubes, cassette, and rotors. Everything you need to switch back and forth in minutes!
  • Bars- Custom State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1
  • Brakes- Promax DSK-300R Flat Mount disc
  • Drivetrain- State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 (1×11 Drive Train)
    • Crank – State Bicycle Co. All-Road 1 (42t)
    • Cassette – 11-42t

State Bicycle Co. 4130 All-Road Review

All Road Collection MSRPs

  • $799.99 – Sonoran Tan or Pigeon Gray
  • Add BOTH: fully equipped 700c and 650b wheels for $349.99
  • $369.99 Frameset in Sonoran Tan or Pigeon Gray
  • $299.99 700c or 650b wheelset only
  • $349.99 1×11 All-Road Group Set
  • $149.99 All-Road 1x Crankset
  • $29.99 All-Road 1 Bars
  • $34.99 All-Road Saddle

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  1. Avatar bobknh

    Yes! Having just spent $2,000 on an GRX Di2 upgrade for my custom steel 44 Bike Huntsman, it’s nice to see that you can still get a very competent and well thought out ride for under $1,000. Hats off to State Bicycle.

  2. Avatar Daniel

    I’m assuming the frame is 2x compatible? This is a really interesting bike.

  3. Avatar Ritchie W.A Tee

    Front derailleur mount?

    • JOM JOM

      If you don’t see one in the photos, there likely isn’t one. I don’t have a sample of ten bike at this time.

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